Louis Delaunay Champagne Brut Non Vintage 75Cl

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£ 14.00

Product Description

  • Brut
  • This delightful and elegant Champagne is made from 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Meunier and 15% Chardonnay grapes. The result is a lemony fresh wine with white peach flavours and citrus zing. A fine and delicate fizz, which is perfect for celebrating those special moments.
  • 9.4 UK Units per bottle
  • 1.6 UK Units Per 125ml glass
  • Please drink responsibly
  • UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly exceed:
  • Men: 3-4 Units per day
  • Women: 2-3 Units per day
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  • Wine of France
  • Pack size: 75CL


Allergy Information

  • Contains Sulphites

Tasting Notes

  • The result is a lemony fresh wine with white peach flavours and citrus zing

Region of Origin


Wine Colour


Alcohol Units



12.5% vol


Les Roches Blanches

Type of Closure

Natural Cork

Wine Maker

Marjorie Navarre



Alcohol Type


Grape Variety

Pinot Noir 50%, Pinot Meunier 35%, Chardonnay 15%

Vinification Details

  • Harvested by hand in September, they are then transported to the winery where they are gently pressed quickly to avoid oxidation and to prevent harsh tannins and colour from black grapes from appearing in the wine. The vinification process then takes place for 2 weeks at 15˚C in Inox tanks. This helps to create a still wine, high in acidity and low in alcohol. The wine is then created by blending red and white grapes base wines to a chosen quality/style that is preferred by the Champagne House. The blend is then transferred to the bottle along with the liquor de tirage (yeast nutrients, sugar and clarifying agent). The second fermentation occurs in the bottle which creates the sparkling wine. The wine is left to mature in the bottle for a minimum of 15 months, the sediment is then removed and the dosage (between 10-14 g/l) is added.


  • Created in 1994 by Nicolas Gueusquin, located in Dizy

Regional Information

  • Vineyards based near Epernay, are arranged in rows maximum of 1.5 metres apart. The most commonly used pruning methods are Tailles Chablis (for Chardonnay) or the Cordon de Royat (for Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier). In both cases, the vines are trained low on wires and are spur- pruned as the region is known for spring frosts. In the climate it is very difficult to achieve full ripeness, the winters are cold and the summers are warm, rather than hot. The sub-soil in the Champagne region is mainly chalk, where it retains water well.

Storage Type


Storage Instructions

  • This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 1 year

Produce of

Produce of France

Preparation and Usage

  • Serve chilled.

Name and address

  • Elabore Par S.A. Les Roches Blanches,
  • 51530 Dizy,
  • France.

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  • Elabore Par S.A. Les Roches Blanches,
  • 51530 Dizy,
  • France.

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37 Reviews

Average of 4.1 stars

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Not great

2 stars

Too young and very acidic. There are better Champagnes available for a tenner or spend the extra for guaranteed quality. You get what you pay for in this instance

I like Lamden or Bollingere altho Bolly has been o

4 stars

I like Lamden or Bollingere altho Bolly has been over rated for a long time. This Champagne is dry and refreshing and a 2nd pressing i suppose that is why the price. A 1st pressing Champagne is always (usually good) however 2nd pressing is Moet Chandon (which I do not like) Any way cheap and cheerful and a nice price also not too sweet.

Dreadful stuff

1 stars

Presumably produced to hit a price. Dreadful stuff, cheap price cheap quality.


3 stars

You get what you pay for. I found it lacking any strength and no intensity, I only bought it because of the 25% off offer for six. however, if you want a champagne for an incredible price you can not beat it.


1 stars

Utterly revolting, poured it down the sink. I don't know if it was a bad bottle but certainly will not be buying another.

Excellent champagne

4 stars

Review from tesco.com

Great value,and good quality

Great Taste

5 stars

Review from tesco.com

Relaxing drink andd cheerful to have with friends.

Great Party Fizz

3 stars

Review from tesco.com

Taste is a subjective thing, so one person may love something that another dislikes. This is a perfectly reasonable Champagne for the money, needs to be served very chilled, is darker than say Verve, and each bottle can be slightly different. I had a bottle that was light and very fresh tasting, and another that was darker in colour and quite acidic. But you get what you pay for and this is great value especially if you are making Champagne cocktails. But for really special occasions I would go up to a Monopole, Jaquart or Piper H, which are consistently great wines, while not in the overly expensive price range.

Great value, and a nice Champagne

4 stars

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An IWSC Silver Award 2016 for this Champagne so it has to be a decent champagne. I drink quite a lot of fizz , Champagne and others, and know that most people can't tell the difference between a £10 bargain champagne and a £30 big-name champagne. And for the few that can tell the difference the additional quality and depth of the more expensive champagnes comes at a big premium for what is often a small improvement in quality. . This one is a decent Champagne that 99% of people will be quite happy to drink. A bargain.

Great value

5 stars

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If you want well priced, good tasting champagne, this is the one. You could pay twice as much and get little different. Will definitely buy again.

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